Today we are featuring DBpedia Entity, in our blog series of introducting interesting DBpedia applications and tools to the DBpedia community and beyond. Read on and enjoy. DBpedia-Entity is a standard test collection for entity search over the DBpedia knowledge base. It is meant for evaluating retrieval systems that return … read more
We started to draft a document for submission at Google Summer of Code 2014:http://dbpedia.org/gsoc2014We are still in need of ideas and mentors. If you have any improvements on DBpedia or DBpedia Spotlight that you would like to have done, please submit it in the ideas section now. Note that … read more
Hi all, in order to extract high quality data from Wikipedia, the DBpedia extraction framework relies on infobox to ontology mappings which define how Wikipedia infobox templates are mapped to classes of the DBpedia ontology. Up to now, these mappings were defined only by the DBpedia team and as … read more
Join the Tutorial at LDK Conference 2021!
We took the opportunity to organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the LDK Conference 2021 in Zaragoza (Spain) on September 1, 2021.
The German federal government has proclaimed Faceted Wikipedia Search as one of the 365 most innovative ideas in Germany in the context of the Deutschland – Land der Ideen competition. The competition showcases innovative ideas in areas such as science and technology, business, education, art and ecology. The patron of the competition … read more
We are pleased to announce the release of the DBpedia Faceted Browser by Jona Christopher Sahnwaldt as well as the DBpedia User Script by Anja Jentzsch. The DBpedia Faceted Browser allows you to explore Wikipedia via a faceted browsing interface. It supports keyword queries and offers relevant facets to … read more
We are happy to announce that DBpedia Mobile has won the 2nd prize of the Semantic Web Challenge at the 7th International Semantic Web Conference. DBpedia Mobile is a location-aware client for the Semantic Web that can be used on an iPhone and other mobile devices. Based on the current … read more
Freie Universität Berlin has released DBpedia Mobile. Based on the current GPS position of a mobile device, DBpedia Mobile renders a map containing information about nearby locations from the DBpedia dataset (currently around 300,000 locations). DBpedia Mobile uses the Marbles Linked Data Browser to render Fresnel-based views for selected resources, as well as its SPARQL capabilities to build the map view. Starting from the map, … read more
The DBpedia Relationship Finder allows you to explore the DBpedia infobox dataset in order to find out which relations exist between two things. It can answer questions like “How are Leipzig and the Semantic Web related?“. The new version includes, amongst other changes, better algorithms and the possibility to … read more
The debug interface allows you to run the current version of the DBpedia extraction code against the live version of Wikipedia. Just enter a page Id like ‘Berlin’ and check what the current code extracts. Please use the debug interface to check if a bug still accures with the … read more